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back in the spotlight today. >> a local dermatologist is zapping the swept away from people suffering the most. and tommy mcfly shows us how some presidential candidates are keeping their supporters stylish. the news starts right now. good morning. welcome to wusa9 at 6:00 a.m. look at that beautiful sky. just a little hazy. it's definitely hot and humid. prepare yourself for an afternoon. downpour -- for an afternoon of downpours. >> i'm ready for the slip 'n slide. >> slip 'n slide weather today. >> we have allyson rae, erica grow and larry miller here to help you all prepare accordingly. >> areas west of us could see it by lunch hour.
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eight going to be hot and humid while we wait for some of the storms arrive. i saw a lot of people yesterday around the national mall buying those popsicles, finding any relief from the heat. it's going to be another steamy one. a great start. we're looking at partsly cloudy skies and we're -- partly cloudy skies and we're headed back up to the 80s. winds stay out of the south. no 50s on the map today. we're a little warmer and humid. 70 for reston and 73 for fairfax. here the setup. hasn't changed much. we have the jet stream in the same spot so we're going to see high pressure. southerly winds for us and still some storms through the midwest. temperatures today 83 by lunch time and your high 88. larry, over to you. metro riders, we are certainly on schedule this morning. no issues all morning long. a good start there. buses running on schedule as well. we are issuing a traffic alert out in silver spring this morning. an accident on the outer loop of the beltway between colesville road and georgia avenue where we find sky 9 over the scene live this morning. again we have two lanes blocked and i'll be able to show you
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the accident here. that is the action right there. traffic is getting by on the left hand side so we're asking drivers to use caution if you can add anywhere 10 to 15 minutes of drive time to account for the delay. we'll have an update for you in ten minutes. our top story this morning comes out of the wilson building where the police body camera program will take center stage once again. the d.c. council slashed the mayor's proposed budget by nearly two-thirds. the mayor had requested 2400 body cameras. the council only approved 1200. some members say the police department really missed an opportunity here since there was no video stored they say during the eight-month pilot program, there's no proof that the 200 cameras officers wore actually worked to reduce police complaints but others including yvette alexander say recent events of alleged police misconduct in ferguson, charleston and baltimore are proof enough. still at issue whether the
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video from the body cameras will be made public. the police chief and the mayor want to keep that private because they say making it public will create privacy and money problems. that vote comes up today. coming up at 6:30, i'll tell you about the council's plan for parking in the city and what that means for your wallet. i'll see you in a half-hour. we're live downtown, delia goncalves, wusa9. to make your ride safer, amtrak plans to install forward facing video cameras inside locomotive cabs to record train engineers. the move follows a deadly derailment earlier this month in philadelphia. eight people were killed and more than 200 injured. the federal railroad administration supports the use of cameras but the railroad workers united union is calling instead for nonintrusive technologies. this morning there's word of another security breach. this one affects more than 100,000 taxpayers. the i.r.s. says personal tax information has been stolen from an i.r.s. website called get transcript.
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the agency says the breach was part after scheme to claim fraudulent tax refunds. the system has now been shut down and the i.r.s. is providing credit monitoring services for victims. i'm surae chinn in silver spring with an update on a story you first saw on wusa9. the silver spring couple who gained international attention for letting their children roam free, wander the neighborhood without an adult. some good news this morning as danielle and sasha meitiv have been cleared. their children were stopped by police as they walked home from a local park. child protective services has now formally ruled out neglect in the case. >> i don't regret parenting the way i do i don't regret speaking out. i'm really sorry that my kids went through what they went
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through. >> the meitivs have made one change. their son now carries a cell phone. while child protective services has ruled out neglect, they haven't told the parents why and their legal troubles aren't over. i'll explain in the next half- hour. i'm chin chin in silver spring. now back to you. a prince george's county police officer is facing first- degree murder charges this morning in connection with last week's deadly shooting at a mcdonald's in waldorf. that officer is 26-year-old richard conway. he's accused of providing a gun his mother may have used to shoot and wound his ex and kill his ex's new husband. conway's mother caroline was arrested shortly after the shooting. police have now identified the mother who was gunned down in d.c.'s shaw neighborhood. tamera glist was 31. she was shot to death on o street. a man drove into the crowd -- a man shot into the crowd and
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then drove away. seven students at chopticon high are facing change charges accused of releasing 27,000 lady bugs inside the school. one senior has already been told he won't be allowed to walk at graduation tonight. >> to take somebody's graduation away after something like this, i get it but i don't. >> even though he won't march, brian reminga will be able to get his diploma. four jiewf nyes are charged with -- juveniles are charged with -- [indiscernible] king james one step closer to reclaiming the crown. lebron james and the cavaliers completed the sweep of the hawks advancing to the nba finals with a 118-88 victory in game four of the conference finals. this is only the second trip for them. they'll face golden state or houston. coming up 06:07, a much
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more serious story from cleveland. ahead we'll have details on how the city's police department will be reformed. >> plus, prosecutors claim james holmes' own words prove he was sane at the time of the theater shootings. we'll have that and more coming up. >> i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. we're going to start out with peeks of sunshine. look at that view of the weather cam. the sunshine and heat and humidity leading to another round of thunderstorms. this type the storms affect the immediate metro area. we'll time them out for you i love the taste. always smooth, never bitter. my cup of coffee is always awesome when i go to dunkin'. man: i see the steam rising off the cup 'cause you know it's a fresh pot. man: one cup a day for sure. two if need be. and it's usually "need be." dunkin' -- your place for coffee.
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this time yesterday throughout much of the metro area. right now it's 73 degrees in manassas. 76 in downtown washington, even in gaithersburg it's 72. we dropped to 68 in frederick but that sunshine, that's going to warm us up really quickly. we have the humidity in place and another round of showers and storms today starting by about 1:00 in the mountains and then moving towards the beltway. they will impact the evening commute. that's why we have a yellow alert in place. today's high temperature 88 degrees. that's also your temperature at 3:00. that's a quick look at weather. now time again for a quick look at traffic. looks like the traffic trouble we have going on right now in silver spring, again the outer loop between colesville road and georgia avenue, sky 9 is over that accident. it's been moved to the shoulder now. we have a four and a half-mile backup as a result of the earlier incident. emergency crews are on the scene right now. looks like they'll be able to get the scene wrapped up but residual delays continue. drivers should add anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes to your drive times.
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if you're traveling in town, no issues along a lot of the major culprits. 14g9 street bridge and -- 14th street bridge and we'll send it over to you. coming up, the latest on this morning's arrest of top officials with fifa. >> the team that knocked the wizardses out of the post- season -- wizards out of the post-season has just been knocked out. >> 76 for d.c. it's very warm. you'll notice the humidity not only this morning but of course during this afternoon. we'll track those thunderstorms and a look at your seven-day forecast when
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well negative 230 degrees never sounded so appealing. >> it felt good. >> cryo therapy. >> did cryo therapy yesterday and we're talking about excessive sweating today. >> today you're going to be sweating. it's going to be a hot one, very summer like and it continues from yesterday or same pattern, but this time a lot of those showers are going to be right through the district or especially if you're commuting to or from bat mr later on tonight -- baltimore later on tonight. that's where you could see some of those storms as well. as a good start to the day.
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a nice orange sky. some of my monitors it looks pink and some orange. regardless it's a nice start to the day. we're at 76 degrees. it's humid. you'll notice that when you step outside. we're about 10 degrees warmer than we were this time yesterday. yeah, it's up there all because of these winds out of the south that keep fueling in the heat and the humidity. temperatures across the area 70 for laurel. bowie you're at 71. as we head down through waldorf and brandywine into the lower 70s. a couple of upper 60s as we head off to bull run, haymarket, warrenton and manassas you're at 73 degrees. showers and storms will once again start off to the west. they stayed off to the west yesterday. not the case today. they're going to scoot on over to the beltway and along 95 for your drive home. so by 4:00 to 6:00 we'll be tracking some of the thunderstorms along 270, 70, through 95. notice how they're concentrated around the district and off to the north and also southern maryland. areas south and west near manassas and culpeper, you can see a couple of showers but you
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might get shortchanged. but don't worry our chances for rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast for tomorrow and also friday. today we could see some of those storms get on the stronger side. in fact, we are under the slight risk category from the storm prediction center but this setup is always going to be possible each day. as we head through sunday, we'll have a cold front come on through. that could change but as of now, looks like a drier monday and tuesday right in time for the nats. larry, good morning. good morning. we've issue add traffic alert for drivers -- issued a traffic alert for drivers in silver spring. for those of you traveling on the outer loop, an earlier accident causing a four-mile backup on the outer loop of the beltway. sky 9 is over the scene to show us those delays this morning. again this is the outer loop of the beltway. you can see bumper to bumper so we're asking drivers to add anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes to your commute time to account for these delays that we're seeing right now. seems like it's going from bad to worse so you want to account for this because it looks like it's going to be around at least for a while. if you're going to be traveling on the beltway on the inner
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loop, no major issues to report this morning from georgetown pike to new hampshire avenue. you're looking at about a 15- minute commute. eastbound we are seeing delays mainly in the manassas area but those are volume delays. if you're going to be heading from sudley road to l street northwest a 39-minute commute. northbound on 95 from areas like cardinal drive to 395 a is a-minute -- a 15-minute commute. and a 17-minute commute from mlk to 4th street. we're going to start with breaking news from the world of soccer. bribes, kickbacks, back room deals for television rights, some of the allegations fever f.a.a. is facing -- allegations fifa is facing. several fee f.a.a. official -- several fifa officials were arrested in switzerland earlier this morning. >> reporter: allegations of
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corruption have long dogged fifa. the arrests overnight mark a dramatic turning point in the soccer world's governing body. officials with the swiss federal office of justice confirms six top fifa officials were arrested another this luxury hotel in zurich. the case involves bribes and kickbacks totaling more than $100 million through u.s. banks. the bribes date as far back as the early 1990's. the arrests come nearly a year after the last world cup. soccer is considered the world's most popular sport and it's gaining momentum in the until. while the names of the officials arrested have not been announced, a spokesman said fifa president seth bladder was not among them. he's expected to win a fifth term. fifa is classified as a nonprofit. it has more than $1 billion in reserves. the six arrested soccer officials will be extradited to the innocence. >> and this story is developing throughout the morning. now a total of 14 people
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related to this scandal have been arrested. nine soccer officials and five others. we've also learned swiss investigators are looking into the 2018 to 2022 world cups were awarded. materials of a settlement between the city of cleveland and the u.s. justice department mow cuss on community engagement and new use of force guidelines there. the settlement comes after three days after a patrolman was acquitted of voluntary manslaughter charges in the shooting deaths of two unarmed black people. >> i think we need substantive change and need to get it done rapidly. >> the city properly mys to document every -- promises to document every use of force. prosecutors in the colorado theater trial say a notebook sent by james holmes to a
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psychiatrist just before the attack sefd that he was sane at -- proves that he was sane at the time of the attack. at least 13 people have been killed after severe weather over the holiday weekend in texas and dozens are still missing. in the devastated town of wimberley, people are be -- are beginning to clean up after the flooding from the blanco river wiped away thousands of homes there. candy cortez, her husband and young son were all airlifted to safety. >> the one that rescued me, he was -- he was my hero. >> with more severe storms on the way, officials are warning that residents need to be aware of rising waters still. president obama has pledged federal assistance to aid in the state's recovery. some good news out of cleveland advancing to the nba finals for the fifth straight year, lebron james and his cavs closed out the atlanta hawks 118-88. social media had plenty to say
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about their trip to the top. he's done it with two teams. this is evidence of his greatest last night. a bunch of still frames as he leaps from the foul line for the dunk. king james they call that one. it was such a blowout, he got to spend time on the bench. this is when the confetti fell at the end. an amazing night for the cleveland cavaliers who are doing a great job trying to get to the finals. words can't even says danny bug. this is another one here. another fan, very proud of his cleveland gear, conference champions once again. cavaliers hashtag lebron. this is a little video apparently shot shortly afterwards in the locker room. a little champagne, kicking back. new york flow is what they call that one. easter conference champions. this is the quicken loans arena on the boards afterwards. again eastern conference champions n. is going to set up possibly one of the greatest battles in the nba in recent ate can
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knock off the houston rockets tonight at golden state, it could be lebroken against seth curry. >> a couple of mvps going at it. new blood in the finals is the good thing we can all celebrate between cleveland and potentially golden state. >> the longest season of all, basketball. >> it's come to a cress seen dough -- crescendo. >> thank now promising it's almost over. sweating in the summertime. a local dermatologist has a procedure he says can zap sweat away. >> plus, they lost their son in a tragic day care fire. we're going to hear from the virginia family hoping a new law prevents others from having to experience what they have. >> get ready for the potential for more showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and early evening. i'm meteorologist erica grow out here on the weather terrace where it's a warm and muggy start to the day. we'll see the showers and
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. in case you missed it virginia u.s. senator tim kaine says there needs to be more regional help and cooperation in the fight against isis. he said the recent performance of iraqi troops does not inspire confidence. he also says the united states can't always be the world's policemen. >> i think a strong majority of congress believes that the u.s. has a critical role to play but we also believe that the u.s. can't be a policeman for a region that won't police itself. the region has to take up this battle against the terrorism that is born and bred in the region. if they do that, then we should be supporting them obviously. but we have to demand that they take seriously this terrorist threat, that they battle it themselves. >> senator cain made the statements -- senator kaine made the statements yesterday after a round table discussion with the asian american business association in roanoke county. protecting children. governor terry mcauliffe signed the bill tuesday joined by the
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allen family whose 1-year-old son joseph died at an in home day care center that caught fire. >> words can't express how appreciative we are of everyone's support. >> thank you to everybody who has helped facilitate this today. >> under the new regulations in home providers in virginia who care for five or more kids will have to apply for a state license now. unlicensed home day cares will have to notify parents upfront that they don't have those licenses. it's not summer yet but it certainly feels like it. people who suffer from excessive sweating endure even more agony in the humid washington region this time of year. but a local dermatologist shows us a procedure that can literally zap the sweat away. >> i live in washington, d.c. and i work in d.c. i go to work in a suit and i get to work, i take my suit off, no matter what time, especially in the summer but no matter what time of year and there are sweat stains right there. >> reporter: john moffett says
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that excessive sweating is embarrassing. >> you go to a meeting and you shake someone's hands and you have a sweat band. >> reporter: hypohigh doze is a condition where sweating causes distress or problems. dr. terence of the washington institute of determine logic laser surgery says many people with the conditions are until aware of all of their treatment options. >> what we think is very undertreated and underrecognized and we're excited about mira drive. >> reporter: it uses mike waif energy. >> the heat injures the sweat grands so they can no longer produce sweat. >> reporter: it provides a long lasting sweat reduction in the underarm but it's important other areas to maintain its ability to cool off. >> fortunately the underarm area is only around 2% of your body surface area. so by removing the ability to sweat from the underarm area, you're still able to sweat elsewhere. you're still able to get rid of heat. >> according to the miran dry
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manufacturers, the procedure is around $3,000. it's not covered by insurance. it's a bit costly but experts say if you suffer from excessive sweating, the cost of new clothing to replace ruined shirts and constant botox sweat reduction treatments certainly add up. mirandry is a one-time therapy. >> i can add that up for you. jack lew is in london. from london he'll travel to germany for the g-7 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting. donald trump looks like he's in the bed & breakfast business. s estate in virginia opened its doors to the public. it's right next door to the trump winery. rates start at $349 a night.
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good morning. welcome to wusa9 at 6:00 a.m. rise and shine on this wednesday, may 27. we're expecting some stormy weather this afternoon and evening. i'm andrea roane. i'm nick giovanni back with our friends allyson rae, erica grow and larry miller here to get you ready for the day. the afternoon commute may be affected by ain't? >> typical -- affected by the rain? >> a typical affected pattern. today i think the beltway could see good downpours later on this afternoon and could impact your travel home as well. so let's take a look how we're starting off temperature wise. this is the 24-hour temperature change. so this time yesterday, we were almost 10 degrees cooler. it's warm and it's humid and you're going to notice a difference when you step outside today but we are staged for another round of showers and thunderstorms. get used to the heat and humidity and get used to the
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umbrella because we're going to see a similar forecast each day till possibly sunday night. 76 degrees, very warm, very humid, winds staying out of the south. thatth bit after breeze will help cool you off but also some rain but it could come with a price. we could see stronger storms later on this afternoon. i'll have the futurecast so you can see where the best chance of showers are going to be mainly throughout the district and off to the north coming up in just a bit so you can time out the rest of your afternoon. highs today upper #s on but feeling into the 90s once you factor in the humidity. good morning, larry. what have you got going on? metro riders, everything running on schedule in terms of the trains. the buss is we we have some delays. 52, 53, 54, d31 and s9 delayed because of an accident at aspen hill and 14th street northwest. we find sky 9 on the outer loop of the beltway between colesville road and georgia avenue. an earlier accident moved to the showldzer. you can see we have major
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delays going o. about a three- mile backup so we're asking drivers to stay away from that area. we'll have an update for you in about ten minutes. our top story this morning is one that all drivers should pay close attention to. you might want to keep a couple extra bucks in your car, that is if you're driving into the district because parking in d.c. just might get a little more expensive. the d.c. council is expected to extend the hours at parking meters and hot spots like downtown from 10:00 p.m. to midnight. the council is also considering increasing parking fines from $25 to $30 which they say is still lower than the suburbs. so why the change? the city needs more revenue since apps like park mobile have cut down on parking tickets. here are the numbers. corkdz to our news part nears -- according to our news partners at "the washington post," an average of 600,000 people a month, that's more than half of the drivers who park on city streets use park mobile. that means parking tickets have
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dropped by 300,000 in four years and several million dollars as well. but of course we know that dpw has come under fire for issuing tickets when parkers are not violating any of the rules here in the city. so certainly a hot button issue and that will be up for debate and up for a vote tomorrow here at the city council. live at the wilson building this morning, delia goncalves, wusa9. it's a campaign promise she's working to keep. mayor muriel bowser will unveil a new affordable housing development in ward 8 in southwest this morning. the development is located in the bellevue neighborhood. it features 49 affordable housing units and retail space at south capitol and atlantic streets. today's ceremony will take place at 10:00 a.m. president obama's immigration plan is going to remain on hold at least for now. this after a federal appeals court refused to lift an injunction on the president's attempt to defer detore
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stations and instead -- owe deportations and instead issue work permits. 26 states filed suit claiming the president's executive actions are unconstitutional. meantime president obama is earning the senate to resolve its stalemate over a law thore losing the nsa to collect telephone records. the president is asking senators to come back from their recess to resolve the issue in fact. recess ends sunday, the same day the current nsa law is set to expire. yesterday it was independent bernie sanders officially announcing his 2016 run for the white house. today it's rick santorum's turn. he plans to announce his candidacy for the republican presidential nomination. the former senator says he'll go public at a factory in his home state of pennsylvania. santorum says the g.o.p. must appeal to workers instead of focusing on business owners and wealthy investors. former maryland governor mar continue o'malley is expected to formally announce
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his presidential bid this saturday. he's slated to make the announcement in baltimore before a scheduled trip to iowa. i'm surae chinn in silver spring -- [ no audio ] two kids who were playing at that park, they were walking home about a mile away when police saw them. he picked these children up because they weren't with an adult. but some good news today for those parents for those so- called free range parents. child protective services has formally ruled out neglect in its december ruling. this case in december, december 20, against the meitivs. but their legal troubles aren't over because they remain under investigation for child neglect after an incident last month. the children were walked without an adult again and were again picked up by officers. this time they were detained by police and cps for more than
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five hours. >> my kids are scared of the police. for the first two weeks after they were picked up in april, my son said every time he saw a police car, he knew it wasn't logical but every time he thought they were coming after him. >> that was surae chinn reporting us for this morning. it is 6:36. don't forget our wusa9 text to win campaign is now under way. >> all you have to do is text the key words "kings dominion" to 25543 for your chance to win two tickets. >> i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. nice and comfortable out here right now with just a light sweater. maybe not even that. it's kind of it. shirt weather already this morning but as we head into the afternoon, it's going to get steamy. we have the potential for thunderstorms coming back and those will arrive earlier in the day. they're going to push further eastward so into the beltway this afternoon and early evening. that's why today is a yellow alert day. another steamy one with a
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welcome back. it's 6:39. i'm first alert meteorologist erica grow. it's going to be another one with another round of thunderstorms. this pattern is going to stay in place, by the way, through the weekend, but today is a yellow alert day because the impact will be greater with those showers and thunderstorms developing in the mid afternoon hours. take a look at your current temperatures. it's already 73 degrees in moo fan sas. 6 -- in manassas.
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72 gaithersburg. 76 in downtown washington and 71 in hagerstown. here's a look at the day planner. thunderstorms developing by around lunch time west of the beltway making their way into the i-95 corridor by 3:00 p.m. so it could impact that evening commute for sure. today's high temperature 88 degrees. that's where we're going to sit at 3:00 as well. more on your forecast coming up in a few minutes. right now time again for timesaver traffic and larry miller. looks like the delays on the utter loop of the beltway -- outer loop of the beltway near colesville road and georgia avenue now having an impact on the commute in college park. even parts of 95 southbound on the maryland side. we're seeing a four-mile backup affecting traffic all over that area. we're asking drivers to stay away. a live look shows you how things are shaping up. you can see the accident is cleared on the shoulder but the residual delays continue. over on 395 on the 14th street bridge, just volume building up as folks make their way into town. we'll have an update now coming up after the break.
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over to you. no boys allowed. coming up a look at tackle football league that's for girls only. >> trending now running for president. what you can now buy to make it
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shows. welcome back to 9news a. youth football league in salt lake city is different than all the others. they're all girls. >> no boys allowed. it's believed to be the first time the girls have had a tackle football league of their own. >> reporter: there's a little bit of doubt. when signups began for the first girls youth football league in the country, it was clear. >> there's a high demand of girls who want to play tackle football. >> reporter: the league which plays its first game saturday already has a star. >> i'm probably going to go wide receiver, quarterback. >> reporter: 12-year-old sam gordon became a football sensation at age 9 when her dad
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posted her football highlights online. back then she played with the boys. >> we're finally doing an all girls tackle football league because i know there are so many girls out there that would really enjoy doing this. but there was never an all girls team. >> i thought it wasn't very fair when only guys could play football. >> reporter: sam's friend cat signed up for it feels great. >> reporter: the leek kicks off with four teams of fifth and sixth grade girls. most parents don't want their girls on a boys team. >> they were afraid of concussions. they just had this big fear. girls get hurt. they're breakable. we're here to change that. >> reporter: sam has already proven what girls can do. now she thinks players in the new league will shine. >> i feel like there's some girls that could really tackle me. >> reporter: the girls hope to score on the field and with the fans. >> i hope they're thinking wow, these girls are really good. shy sign my daughter up or something like wow, girls can do something as good as boys
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can do. >> some of those highlights -- she ran right past the guys she was playing. let's see if it ends up taking off. time to see what our friends over at cbs this morning are covering. >> gayle king is live in new york with a preview. good morning, gayle. how are you? can you hear us, gayle? can you see us? >> is d.c. talking to me? >> d.c. is talking to you, gayle. >> my favorite friend and partner. good morning to you. >> it sounded like andrea. >> it is andrea. >> good morning to you, nick and andre ya. i think you're talking to me so i'll talk back you to. we're in texas and the huge shake-up in the world of soccer. the latest on the overnight arrests of top fifa executives on corruption. and sex therapists. sarah cooper on a new study that finds spa some women --
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finds that some women have a cheating gene. much discussion on that. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00 straight up. back to you guys. >> thank you, gayle. >> we're also talking about stress sweat this morning. >> we have been. >> guilty of that. dealing with that every day. i think it was the -- the sweat was coming from or thanks to the weather yesterday. >> it's -- it doesn't matter if you're stressed or not, you will be sweating for sure. >> i don't sweat. that's the problem. that's why i stay out of the heat and humidity because it zaps me. >> consider yourself fortunate when you look down at my shirt at the end of a show. >> yesterday was one of those days. the humidity overwhelmed me a bit. it's back today. you can feel it this morning when you step outside. let's take a look outside. actually i have a look at your allergy forecast. speaking of zapping you, grasses are still pretty high and our allergy index continues. people keep sniffling away, myself included. so as we head through the
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afternoon, a couple of showers and thunderstorms in your forecast. 76 degrees. the dew point is high. the winds are staying out of the south so we'll see another humid one. you'll notice when you step outside we got away with a comfortable start monday and tuesday and it was not humid till the afternoon. it's humid this morning. 70 degrees for laurel. 72 for bowie. we don't have any 50s on the map. we're talking 60s and 70s. 71 for dulles. 70 for leesburg. yesterday all the showers stayed to the west as we expected them to. today not so much. grab the umbrella. if you don't need it, you might need it tomorrow. our pattern is going to stay very similar till about sunday night. i think today we'll see more of a scattered activity and then it will be a little more isolated few and far between as we head into thursday, friday and saturday. but scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. this is 2:30. areas off to the west again. and then as we head through your dinner time hour and your drive home, if you're commuting between baltimore and frederick and hagerstown, that's where some of the showers are going to be more concentrated.
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a couple more through southern maryland and we'll see maybe a drier pattern areas south and west. summertime continues and it is a yellow alert day. slight risk in fact for some of the storms possibly getting a little stronger so stay tuned. we'll be tracking them. upper 80s for the rest of the weekend and next week looks okay. over to you. the outer loop of the beltway at braddock is where we have an accident right now that is starting to have impact on traffic. earlier information about a minute ago indicates several vehicles involved, including a motorcycle. not getting any indication of injuries but virginia state police are on scene. sky 9 is making its way there so hopefully we'll be able to bring you a live shot soon. if you're going to be traveling on the belt wie from georgetown pike to new hampshire avenue, you're looking at a 15-minute commute. sudley road to l street northwest, you're looking at about an hour in terms of your commute time there. we'll send it over to you.
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some candidates are taking time to make sure their supporters are stylish. >> tommy mcfly is looking at campaign swag this morning. back in the 94.7 fresh fm studios. good morning, tommy. >> reporter: good morning, andrea and nick. how do you feel about a hillary clinton everyday pants suit t- shirt? check this out. our friends at famous d.c. yesterday posted up this beauty and it got quite a bit of reaction on social media. so i decided to do some digging and to see which other candidates on the republican side and on the democrat side have some style in the serious business of vying to be leader of the free world. i went through all the republicans, all the democrats and i saw that no one has quite the same style game as -- check this out -- rand paul. you go to rand paul's shopping experience and you can get everything from giant birthday cards with rand paul on it to flip-flops to bean bag tosses.
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a great way to support your favorite candidate by buying their stylish funky swag or it's a great gag gift, too. if you buy it as a gag gift you actually -- [ no audio ] i'm tommy mcfly, wusa9. >> thank you, tommy. i like that. >> it's all about marketing at the end of the day. >> branding. it is 6:51. do you google when you need to look up a local business? >> coming up, why the web giant says that's having an enormous impact on
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problems. a hot button issue, the debate continues here at (]city council. they are scheduled to vote a little later today. mike? sick of traffic on 66? you can make a difference tonight. a series of public hearings about the fupt of i-66 -- future of i-66. vdot will host the next meeting at the district office at 4957 alliance drive. you can lay in on the assessment, the latest designs outside the beltway. the hearing is going to be open from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. a presentation is set for 7:00. then hearings for i-66 inside the beltway will be held in mid june. google very good for american business or at least the company believes that. in a report that's out this morning, google claims that its search in advertising tools help provide $131 billion in economic activity last year benefiting 1.8 million businesses. they say websites and nonprofits. that's 97% of us they say go
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online and do searches for local products and services. google also named an e-city for each state. in virginia it's fairfax and in maryland that designation goes to annapolis. allyson? >> grab the umbrella today. you might need it. if you don't need it today, it's good to have it for the next few days. we have our summer like pattern continuing. 88 degrees today. scattered showers and thunderstorms. maybe not as many thursday, friday and saturday but they'll still be there. a break in the pattern might come on sunday night. larry? >> a smoart cycle--- motorcycle involved crash on braddock road. sky 9 is over the scene to show us the delays as well as one, possibly two lane closures. we're asking drivers in that area to not only use caution but add anywhere from 20 to 25 minutes to your drive time to account for that accident. emergency crews are on the scene right now. still no word how many people may have been taken to the hospital. we'll have an update for you at about 7:27. >> cbs this morning is next.
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was it a tragic accident or cold blooded murder? a woman accused of killing her fiance during a kayaking trip. >> a powerful warning about strokes this morning. roughly 80,000 people under the age of 50 have a stroke each year. would you need to know about the risk factors. >> larry and i will be back at about 27 after. [ laughter ] >> 27 after the hour with traffic and weather. >> you can get the news, weather, traffic 24 hours a day on wusa9's app because
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@@ good morning. it is wednesday, may 27th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." overnight arrests rocked the world's most popular sport. top soccer executives with fifa are accused in what may be one of the biggest sports bribery scandals ever. a deadly flooding disaster inteiensifs in the south. entire families are missing this morning. only on "cbs this morning," a reporter tells us how she posed as o potential isis recruit. now she fears for her life. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds.

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